Deals: Take Up to $300 Off Apple's Mac Studio and Pro Display XDR

Today we're tracking a deal on Apple's Mac Studio desktop computer, as well as a new markdown on the 32-inch Pro Display XDR. These deals are available from Amazon and B&H Photo, and offer all-time low prices on the devices.

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Starting with the Mac Studio, B&H Photo has the custom configuration M1 Max Mac Studio (32GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 32-core GPU) for $1,999.00, down from $2,199.00. Deals on the new Mac Studio have been rare following the launch in early 2022, and this is one of the first notable markdowns on any configuration this year.

Secondly, both Amazon and B&H Photo are offering $300 off the 2019 32-inch Pro Display XDR. It's available for $4,699.00, down from $4,999.00 with the standard glass option, and this is another all-time low price. Shoppers should remember that the Pro Display XDR does not come with a stand.

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The Pro Display XDR is a 32-inch 6K Retina display with a 6016 x 3384 resolution, a superwide viewing angle, and it offers 1,600 nits of peak brightness and a sustained 1,000 nits of brightness. Alongside the Mac Studio, Apple released the Studio Display in 2022, which is a smaller 5K display that lacks the same HDR capabilities as the Pro Display XDR and sits at a more affordable price.

Be sure to visit our full Deals Roundup to shop for even more Apple-related products and accessories.

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Top Rated Comments

adamw Avatar
22 months ago
B&H is a great place to get Used Mac Studio computers as well. I have purchased several Mac Studios from B&H. Check their Used Tab, and search for: Mac Studio. I have saved around $800 off on a used Mac Studio using B&H. B&H also has custom built to order Mac Studio models with larger SSD drives, larger RAM, and larger number of video cores often in stock, so there is no waiting period like there is from Apple. Plus they will give you back a credit for the state sales tax you were charged if you use their Payboo credit card.
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doboy Avatar
22 months ago

EDU price is always cheaper, you're a sucker if you buy it anywhere else
Unless you have morals and don't qualify for edu pricing ;) Not saying I have morals.

edit: actually prefer Costco since pricing is similar, if not better, than edu pricing when on sale and you get extra warranty from Costco and 90 day return, instead of measly 15 days.
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ninecows Avatar
22 months ago

Woohoo! $300 will buy 3.33% of Apple's monitor stand.
You better spend that money on extra math lessons ;-)
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
svish Avatar
22 months ago
Good to see discounts for the Mac Studio.
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